# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Seagoville, TX

Ka Him ...to middle school students. I was accepted in the TMEA All Region Philharmonic Orchestra back in 2007 through blind life auditioning and qualified to audition for All State as well. I have the proclivity to learn extremely difficult violin pieces and techniques. I was a long distance runner as well. I have run many 5Ks...

University of Texas at Dallas - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Michael ...a variety of other age ranges. I am able to tutor for the following subjects: Mathematics (Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Statistics, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus), Science (Chemistry and Physics), and U.S. History, though I am not limited to those necessarily. My favorite subject to tutor is Mathematics because I feel like that is what I am the...

Joel Mathematics and French are the subjects that I enjoy to tutor. My main desire as a tutor is to make a positive impact in helping students to get a greater understanding on these two subjects.

Kilgore College - Associates, Chemistry

Khurram ...statistics, accounting, and finance. I am a people person, meaning I love connecting and getting to know others. As a tutor I always strive to first get to know the student, build a friendship, and then dive into the learning content. Although I am the tutor, I love the opportunity to learn from my students....

Southern Methodist University - BBA, BS, Finance, Mathematics

Michael ...received extensive training in tutoring both ACT and SAT test strategies. While I have been trained to tutor all core subjects, tutoring Mathematics has always brought me the greatest joy in life. Through my years working as a tutor, I have found that "all work and no play" makes students tired and yields to difficulty...

Collin County Community College District - AS, Computer Science and Statistics

University of Texas at Dallas - BS, Computer Science and Statistics

Lois Agatha ...a Math lab where I mainly tutored College Algebra and Elementary Statistics. I enjoy helping students by sharing my knowledge with them. I am patient when I help students, and if needed, I break down the concepts I tutor as much as I can so it will be easier to understand. Whenever they come back...

The University of Texas at Arlington - Bachelors, Mathematics

Hanan ...many countries around the world; this opportunity gave a chance to have a global knowledge about people coming from different cultural background which made it easier and interesting for me to deal with diverse group of students. Life is good, so enjoy your journey in it and leave a mark on your final chapter.... As a mathematics instructor for more than 14 years, I find that most students have not yet been exposed to mathematics as it exists in real life. They might be good enough at solving the problems assigned to them in class, but rarely do they have a concept of what mathematics is about or what goes into its development. Neither can they understand why we as mathematicians choose to - or have to - devote our lives to its study. I consider it among my most pressing duties to change this. An integral part of my teaching is showing my students that mathematics is not magic handed down to them from the academic powers-that-be; instead, much of it consists of good ideas that someone with a deep enough understanding of the appropriate background material can reasonably hope to discover independently. My teaching philosophy is built on several readings through my graduate study, and also concluded from an overlook at my teaching experience in classrooms for about 14 years. As an educator, I believe that the purpose of education is to make sure every student has the opportunity to be successful in life. My philosophy in education is pragmatism. The pragmatic method is primarily a method of settling metaphysical disputes that otherwise might be interminable. Pragmatism is derived from the Greek word pragma, which means action. I believe a student's potential should be pushed and encouraged so that the student gains more knowledge of the world around him. I enjoy creative methods while teaching; even though I taught the same materials and content through the last few years, every semester I enjoy searching for something new and creative to include in my teaching style. I believe each student also has his/her own way of thinking and absorbing knowledge. I like to watch students making up their own style of learning; each one of them has his unique method of thinking, and when the learning environment is full of diversity, it will be more interesting and will attract students.

Kharoum University - BS, Mathematics

Tennessee State University - MSc., Mathematics

Texas A&M - PhD, Education

Mohamed ...my MS Degree in math at a university in France, I worked as an assistant professor at the Senegalese state university for nine years, during which I enjoyed solving math problems with students in calculus, algebra and trigonometry. Since 2009 I have been helping students as a substitute teacher in AISD and then FWISD. I...

Univerte de Tunis-Tunisia - BS Math, Math

Universite Paris VII-France - MS Math, Math

Lintrail ...by using energy and enthusiasm to teach ideas while guiding students along a path where each new concept is a natural consequence of the previous and a natural precursor to the following. Math is possible by presenting it in the right way. Thoroughly explaining theorems and formulas,I equip students with techniques and strategies to tackle...

Mississippi College - Bachelors, Mathematics

Ahmad ...Science in Biology. Tutoring has always been a passion. In high school and in college, I have tutored my friends in various subjects. This year, I have tutored high school students from algebra all the way to AB Calculus. My most rewarding experience is to see a struggling person succeed. Currently, with Varsity Tutors, I...